Somewhere in France, Around 6/25/1918

Somewhere in France

Dear sister Madaline:

At last we have decided to stop hiking and do some drilling instead.  The last few days we boys have done nothing but hike practically all day.  My feet surely do ache me theirfore I am resting today to recuperate.  We are stationed in a fine city the largest we have been in yet.  This is my first opportunity since we left our last town to write you so you see we boys are kept busy continually all the time.  As yet our regiment has not received any mail or money but hope to receive both before the end of this week.  I am feeling fine except for my sore feet but a few days of rest will bring them around OK.

Must close for now will write again tomorrow.

I am

Your Brother

Joe

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